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Discount retailer opening in Cumru wants to hire 50 workers

CUMRU TWP., Pa. — A discount retailer planning to open in the former Kmart in the Shillington Plaza is looking to hire 50 workers. Ocean State Job Lot, a Rhode Island-based chain, is transforming 46,836 square feet of the 92,177-square-foot former Kmart into a "big, bright shopping experience," the retailer has said.
CUMRU TOWNSHIP, PA
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Three homes damaged, multiple displaced after fire

MOUNT CARMEL, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — Several people are displaced Thursday morning after a fire damaged multiple row homes in Northumberland County. A devastating morning on East Seventh Street after three homes took most of the damage from an early morning fire. The call came in just before 7:00 am. “I was getting ready to […]
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Michigan Man Steals Vehicle Parked at Schuylkill County Gas Station

A Michigan man is locked up in Schuylkill County Prison after stealing a car and leading police in a short pursuit on Interstate 81 this past weekend. According to the Pennsylvania State Police at Schuylkill Haven, on Sunday, June 26th, 2022, just after 7:00am, Troopers received a report of a stolen Ford F-150 from the AMBest Truck Stop on Molleystown Road in Tremont Township, just off the Ravine Exit of Interstate 81.
SCHUYLKILL COUNTY, PA

Fine Wine & Good Spirits store in Lancaster reopening while Schuylkill County store will close

A Fine Wine & Good Spirits store in Lancaster will reopen on Friday, July 1, while another one in Ashland, Schuylkill County, will close temporarily on Monday, July 4. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board said the Fine Wine & Good Spirits at 252 N. Queen St., Lancaster, will reopen for business at 9 a.m. on Friday, July 1. Hours will be 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.
SCHUYLKILL COUNTY, PA

Man accused of stealing vehicle for ‘religious reasons’

TREMONT TOWNSHIP, SCHUYLKILL COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — A man is being charged after he allegedly stole a vehicle and lead police on a chase through Interstate 81 northbound on Sunday. PSP Schuylkill Haven responded to a call of a vehicle theft from the Exxon Gas Station on Molleystown Road in Tremont Township. The vehicle was described […]
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Man accused of armed robbery of juvenile

BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU)— A man from Bloomsburg was arrested on Wednesday and faces charges for allegedly robbing a juvenile at gunpoint. Bloomsburg Police say 19-year-old Jamal Anthony Butler, along with three other individuals, followed a juvenile victim after he exited his home on Millville Road at 2:30 am. As the victim began walking towards […]
BLOOMSBURG, PA
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Police Seek Suspect in Thefts from Richland Township Target Store

Police and Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers are asking for the public’s help identifying a suspect in numerous thefts from the Target store on N. West End Boulevard (Rt. 309) in Richland Township, Bucks County. In a post on Crimewatch Thursday, the suspect was described as a white male who is...
BUCKS COUNTY, PA
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Former Lebanon City Councilperson Raises issues of Unfair Salaries

Former Lebanon City Councilperson Raises the Issue of Unfair Salaries in the June 2022 City Council Meeting. Former Lebanon City Councilperson Raises the Issue of Unfair Salaries in the June 2022 City Council Meeting. At Monday’s Council Meeting, Lebanon City resident and former city council member Pat Royer raised a...
LEBANON, PA
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No Injuries After Two-Alarm Fire in Mount Carmel

MOUNT CARMEL – No injuries have been reported after volunteer fire crews quickly controlled a two-alarm house fire in Mount Carmel early Thursday morning. Northumberland County Communications tells us the blaze was first reported just before 7 a.m. along the 100 block of East Seventh Street. A second alarm...
MOUNT CARMEL, PA

Family blames fatal wreck on PennDOT’s failure to fix ditch

AUBURN, Pa. (AP) — Matt Neidlinger crested the hill of a narrow, twisty state road and found a nasty surprise waiting for him at the bottom. The ditch was a couple of feet wide and spanned both lanes, and Neidlinger barely had time to brake when his work truck slammed into it. The impact severely […]
AUBURN, PA
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Liquor Store in Ashland to Close Temporarily

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has announced that the Ashland Liquor Store will close temporarily. According to the PLCB, to accommodate renovations at the Fine Wine & Good Spirits (FW&GS) at 630 Centre St., Ashland, the store will temporarily close at 5:00 PM Monday, July 4. Customers are encouraged to...
ASHLAND, PA
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Berks County commissioners go on the road, award over $18M in ARPA funding

CUMRU TWP., Pa. – The Berks County commissioners took their weekly meeting on the road once again, this time to Cumru Township. Township Manager Jeanne E. Johnston welcomed the commissioners to the township building. "I'd like to acknowledge the county commissioners for their support of the Center for Excellence...
BERKS COUNTY, PA
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July First Friday will bring a Beach Bash to Downtown [Paid Press Release]

This post is paid advertising by Mondays Market, CLA, Downtown Lebanon, and Penn State REACH. This Friday will bring a BEACH BASH of summer fun to First Friday. We will have yard games, food trucks and live music as well as our “Stuff the Bus” Event. In collaboration with Monday’s Market, Downtown Lebanon, Penn State REACH, Community of Lebanon Association and the Lebanon Musicians, July’s First Friday will offer an array for fresh food, health activities, local crafters and more. These festivities will be held at the YMCA Train Depot from 4 to 7 p.m. Don’t miss the Beach Ball drop at 5:30 p.m.!
LEBANON, PA
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Quirky & Cool: Inside the Nitro Bar

Nothing is more fun than spending time with friends and family, mixing conversation with nostalgia. Adam Cocuzza, creator and co-founder of Nitro Bar in West Reading, creatively blends a little old and a little new, while also honoring a piece of Berks County history. Built in 1913, the building at 416 Penn Avenue was once the West Reading Motor and Hardware Company, a bustling automotive dealership. Years later, it became well-known as A to Z Vacuum. Today, Cocuzza has reawakened the automotive history of the space, incorporating auto-related memorabilia throughout.
BERKS COUNTY, PA
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